Sunday, March 23, 2014

Living Things Anchor Chart

We learned about living and nonliving things this week. This is a great nonfiction book for teaching little ones about the characteristics of living things.
We also made this anchor chart to show what we learned. 
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Jennifer Jenkins Vukosic said...

I love this anchor chart--very easy to understand and remember. There is a boo-boo though: It says "move OWN their ON" :)

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